I saw something. I am saying something: Whistle blower murdered-maybe my readers can get on THIS case? $200k Reward for capture of cop killer.

How mobbed up is Baltimore? Don’t ask Detective Sean Suiter, father of five children-he was assassinated one day before he was to testify against seven other cops who were racketeering behind the badge. Then, they closed downn the neighborhood for SIX DAYS.
Let me know if you start seeing any patterns, cuz….
Sure-not everyone comes here for the hunting like that one total moron who is reading through here to see if “my” views are aligned with one or another of some “other’ on some kind of list, or to see if maybe I am still laughing my ^ss off about the latest attempt to throw our country back into the 1960’s with a ridiculous threat assessment that tries to frame black males as “identity extremists,” or some other pap; and someone sure digs my post about Lynne Stewart lately-creating links in their own mind to some nebulous thing or another-but probably missing the fact that my reporters notes from that era were rifled through multiple times by as-yet-to-be-named black-baggers. Who ya gonna call when….
Or, especially, someone likes how I have linked sex trafficking panic to Foster Care factories that incentivize states to harm children for the cool sum of $1 million per child. Yah- I wouldn’t waste toooo much of my time on Pizzagate because we all know that states are incentivized to medically kidnap children-and that most children who are sexually abused get abused in state care-only second to being with their mothers and their many “BFF’s”. Here- save this little girl! Oh wait! Tooo late! she was kidnapped, raped, exploited and burned while she was IN STATE CARE.
Just that one….Boogieman indeed.
Yup- I have the memory of an elephant, and the patience of a stone Buddha- it’s Your move, Dwayne Hoover-but don’t go “crazy” on me bro’! I’m just a little ol’ writer.But while you’re here, wasting time reading my every word- maybe you can get on this case for awhile, and get a #badguy off the streets! Because boys and girls-“we the people” have an officer down!
But, WOW! COINCIDENCE strikes again! One day before Detective Sean Suiter is about to testify at a major corruption trial….try not to see any patterns tho,’ Dwayne:
Any guess who might have done it? Let’s crowd source it-mebbe put a feeler out on Reddit, or Who’s A Rat? Tweet it- and 77 Fusion Centers will raise their hands and say “I din’t see nuthin'”
Again.
I bet if it was a white female in distress, the entire city would be under arrest just to get the perp! In this case-my money is on “unsolved homicide,”that stretches into a few elections, or some other ridiculous and obscene thing that one could have gotten away with in the 1960’s-but which will be hard to pull off in the era of GPS and a nationwide wiretap, and “personal trackers” in every vehicle and cell phone; with the long bet on “maybe we will see a shakeup in the department” or possibly-I doubt it-but possibly “this one is gonna shake the nation if we get to the truth and the right PR.”
And speaking of cell tower dumps….I wonder why no one can catch that sicko serial murderer in Florida, but the guy in the van up the block can hear a guy take a crap seven blocks away-before he even sits down? Oh never mind-that’s just my paranoid belief that I have a tracker in my delusion box.
So- while you’re here, maybe take a look at cell tower dumps- they might help out in Florida *cough cough*:

Cell Tower Dumps: Another Surveillance Technique, Another Set of Unanswered Questions

Today, the ACLU filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the FBI, the DEA, the Secret Service, and several other agencies asking for information about a surveillance technique known as a “cell tower dump.” If you’re wondering what that is or why we’re worried about it, a story from a few years back might help to illustrate.

In 2010, the FBI was looking for a pair of bank robbers known as the “high country bandits.” Security footage from the banks wasn’t very revealing, so the Bureau turned to cell phone companies for help. To find out who was consistently near the banks when these robberies took place, they asked for the number of every single phone that was connected to cell towers near the robbed banks around the time the crimes occurred. In response, they got back over 150,000 numbers. This is a cell tower dump: the practice of demanding an enormous amount of cell phone location information—anywhere from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of data points—in an effort to identify just a few suspects.

The plan worked, and the FBI was able to identify the two numbers belonging to the robbers. But they still had around 150,000 numbers left over—meaning the FBI was in possession of location information about many thousands of people who were not suspected of any wrongdoing. You might be wondering, as we did, what happened to all of that sensitive data in the federal government’s hands?

Unfortunately you’ll have to keep wondering, at least until the government responds to our request. The legal standards surrounding tower dumps are extremely murky:

  • We don’t know what law enforcement agencies do with the data about innocent people that makes up most of what is caught in a tower dump net.
  • We don’t know what minimization measures they have in place to ensure they collect as little data about innocent people as possible.
  • We don’t know if or when they notify individuals that their information was collected.
  • We don’t even know what evidence they believe they need to show a judge before proceeding with a cell tower dump in the first place.
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